There are some natural desires born into every person. We all want to belong to something bigger than ourselves, improve and live more successful lives, and impact others with the gifts God has given us.
These desires add up to a need we all share: to experience community. Here at Redeemer, you can experience community in a small group.
At Redeemer, the small group is the best place for sustained life change to occur. In a small group, people study God's Word together and discuss the issues and challenges of life. It's also where they pray, care for one another, and are missed if they don't attend. We gather in share groups to connect with each other, to grow in our faith, and to go into our community to serve.
Music & The Arts
We believe that the arts can be a powerful tool that God uses to touch the human heart. Those gifted in the arts help communicate God's timeless truths in creative ways.
Many opportunities for vocal and instrumental soloists and ensembles to include our choir, praise team, and handbell choir.
Those gifted in the theater arts are encouraged to join our Drama Team, which supplements our worship services frequently during the year. People of all ages - men, women, children, and young adults - are involved in the clever, emotionally moving, or just downright funny short dramas that our team presents.
Each year, Redeemer's Drama Ministry hosts the Pasta Playhouse to raise funds for its annual activities. The members of our congregation perform sketches, sing songs, and play their instruments - sometimes serious, sometimes funny! - to accompany the delicious pasta dinner served at the church. Join us this year for some good food and even better fun!
So we can use all the senses God gave us to worship Him, people with technical skills serve during worship by operating our sound and light boards, computer, and video equipment.
Peace Officer Ministries
Law enforcement chaplaincy ministry that serves as a chaplaincy resource for officers, chaplains, police agencies, churches, and communities. Click here for more info!
A peek inside Peace Officer Ministries 5.0 Tactical Edition Bible:
Section One: The Path to Peace for a Peace Officer 1. How can I have hope? 2. Why should I listen to God? 3. How can I deal with stress and find peace? 4. What are the keys to personal and relational stability? 5. Can a Cop be a Christian? 6. How do I reconcile “an eye for an eye” with “turn the other cheek?” 7. How is the Good Lawgiver connected to good law enforcement? 8. How can I have eternal life? 9. Who is the Greatest Peace Officer? 10. How can I have a relationship with God? 11. Why does God allow evil and tragedy?
Section Two: God’s Word, Our Backup Book A bible study guide that applies God’s Word to officers.
Section Three: Meditations Prayers for officers and chaplains, post 9/11 reflections on “Dealing with Disaster,” and “On Suicide.”
Section Four: “To Protect and Serve” Comments about the Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, the Oath of Office, the First Amendment, and the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics – from a Christian and biblical perspective.
Section Five: Spiritual “10 Code” The Ten Deadly Sins Against Officer Survival and the Ten Characteristics of Christian Officers and Chaplains.
Section Six: A Detective's Story Executive Director and Chaplain, Rev. Frank C. Ruffatto gives personal insight into his story and calling into the ministry after more than 20 years served as a peace officer.
Disc Golf Course
Our campus has a 27-hole professional grade disc golf course that is open to the public. We also sponsor several charity disc golf tournamnents.
AFTERSHOCK (Youth Ministry)
AFTERSHOCK: A place where all kinds of young folks can find help, hope, home, in the body of Christ. Connecting together, growing in faith, and serving others while sharpening a vibrant Christian world-view.
Being help, hope, and home in the body of Christ means serving others. Our Community Care Team helps find and coordinate ways we can serve our neighbors.
Feed My Sheep
One of our Community Care programs - we provide food for elementary school students for their weekends away from school.
Meet & Eat
Folks who enjoy fellowship and food gather once a month for lunch - to try different foods and enjoy each other's company.